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are not about restricting, but that's actually a really good thing because the great thing about it being available to everybody thinking more like a public news via that didn't work advantage. anybody in the world can view for free ah, destroy european lawmakers, condemned spain and the you over the arrest of capital and separately to call us mon, initially, after almost 4 years on the run and hundreds to take to the streets of buffalo, the, to demanding his relief service as low as it relates to protest new schools and medical facilities like critical found an infringement of civil liberties. and less than a year after coming to office jo biden's approval ratings from following a rafters. questionable policy for the u. s. president is not less popular than his predecessor and like future rival, donald trump. i'm
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a germany said to this next john lewis weekend off the 16 years of anglo myrtle at the helm. we begin ha, special coverage of the country. ah, well i welcome disco, midday, and moscow you watching artie international now a disgrace. how you repeat the politicians have described. the arrest of the catholic separatists leader call is pollution in italy after he was stripped of his immunity as an emmy pe these wanted on a range of charges including sedition and has been sought by spanish authorities finelli for years. well, we can look at life pictures, not as hundreds of people do gather outside the italian conflict in barcelona protest. his arrest demonstrated holding cadillac like that he can see, and they've also johnson slogans to demanding his release. and as we said,
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lawmakers across the continent of all sides and speaking at the spanish disgrace just doesn't stop. and neither does the european disgrace solidarity with carlos put him on the spanish state is abusing the you arrest war. and by using it in this way, allowing people to exercise their democratic right to vote is not a crime. there is only one way to still be insistent repression of the states. amnesty self determination and independence total supports mr. president, there's definitely could be the turning point in the fate of cadillac independence theater calls pushed him on and it could be the end of freedom for him. he was arrested upon arrival on the italian island of sardinia, where he was supposed to take part and a meeting that's about capital one, full court, just cultural stuff. nothing to do with independent well on friday. and italian
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court is deciding the next steps in the case of mister, put them on. and one of the very likely scenarios is extradition to spain, where he's wanted on several charges including misuse of funds and sedition, which could mean 25 years behind bars for the former cadillac independence leader. and you may wonder, how's that possible if he was supposed to be protected by parliamentary immunity as a member of the european parliament? well, earlier this year in march, in fact, mister put him on and his allies worse stripped of that parliamentary immunity by other m. p 's, even though a 3rd of them were firmly against it. and that was a very tense day in that parliament building. he should be at these dates of europe and parliament lost or unity, but the europe in parliament lot more than that. but he didn't get the results. it is also launching that goes on. well,
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we may be opening the door to other member states. cooper secured emmy piece from representing minority this for probably to govern. you know, these, these, these would be a tremendous expressive and the government should not open quite as we heard him leaving fisherman's be monitored by the spanish authorities for several years now. and always stemming from capital. and you paid for independence wide back to the event that were happening exactly 4 years ago in september 2017. when the catalan regional parliament led by calls pushed him on, initiated a referendum, other regions independence. it went on despite the constitutional court in madrid, declaring it illegal. i remember how a vast majority of voters back then supported independence. even though the unionists decided to boycott that referendum. and it all resulted in a very brutal crack down on the independence movement,
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with voters being severely beaten by police politicians being jailed at that time. some people were even saying that these events were giving flashbacks of dick tutorial, spain of the middle of the 20th century. i remember how there were blood, the streets were flooded with people carrying capital and flags, but it looks like the police at that time were given orders by madrid, not to show any mercy to the voters or protesters the
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and i remember how it all ended. so now catalonia never became independent and even its autonomy was taken away by madrid. some of the independent theatres were jailed, but calls pushed him on, was able to flee spain. however, the spanish stories decided to change their tactics and further charges were brought against. mister pushed him on like i said they. ready included, misuse of fun and sedition. and now very habit he's been arrested by italian police . and let's see what the italian court has to say about that. it drank is speaking to me that earlier that will pull right. director of the human rights defense center to save it because your mom's detention can only catalyze kathleen, use push for independence. actually had to spain. he faced the possibility of criminal prosecution on charges ranging from sedition and also in spanish cameras.
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also charged him with the funds which seems to be a cloak for the political charges against him. and if he is convicted, he would be sent to the very harsh or regime of the spanish prison system, which holds hundreds of political prisoners in the bask in the catalog and independence. catalonia has been colonized and conquered by the spanish government 1st for hundreds of years now, and at every step, the catalog movement has not been crush, it has not been silenced. and if anything it seems beginning steam in recent years, especially in the last 10 or 15 years. so i think that there's a good chance that far from losing far from losing momentum. if anything we get along and move that will be further. catalyzed by this i was in spain, i was in catalonia barcelona for independence day. a couple years ago, i think was 2017. and the crowds are enormous. there's obviously massive support
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for the idea of independence. and i think the catalog and people themselves want to be free and want to be independent of a, basically the colonial regime and but dread. so i think that no matter how hard the spanish government tries, i think the trend is clearly that the catalonia people want and dependence. and they want to be free from central rule. ready from a dread of the news. now the canadian province of quebec has outlawed cobra related rallies, new schools, medical and vaccination facilities. they build claims to protect children and health workers from what it cause the dangerous impact of demonstrations. critics, i do warn it denies people's right to protest, well that all bands demonstrations or their incitement within 50 meters of schools in clinics and offend, is still face sizes of dollars in fines. medical and school staff, so a still alive to protest in the workplace that follows a number of anti vaccine protests outside schools in quebec largest city mon fuel,
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the head of the province that his patients had reached its limits after some of the rallies that have erupt, across the country turn violent pa, he contributor lauren chen and lawyer curious, christ breakdown reactions to the bill. according to premier le go, this bill is necessary because he alleges that protesters could be intimidating or preventing access to students and patients. not everybody is in favor of this proposal though, and some are claiming that it would be a violation of free speech and freedom of assembly. the problem is that i cannot see why central laws not. because if the demonstration is violent or culture was loud, it can already be disbursed under the criminal code and under various municipal law. so there's absolutely no reason for it because i think they want to stop the message from being late. and if that's the case, then it's
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a very serious, controversial contravention of the child. and for anyone who does believe that such a law would infringe on the canadian charter of rights and freedoms, which does guarantee freedom of assembly and freedom of speech. remember that any and all of the freedoms outlined in the charter are subject to what it called reasonable limitation patients by the government. and as we have seen time and time again, when different court cases have alleged that certain code restrictions violates human rights in canada, such as the canadian florentine hotels, it does seem that canadian judges are of the opinion that if something is done supposedly in the name of stopping the spread of cove it than any and all limitations on canadian rights and freedoms are in fact, reasonable from the year after coming to office, jo biden's, popularity has already slumped to below that of his predecessor am possible rival at the next election. donald trump, because in just 3 months, biden's ratings have collapsed by more than 10 percent on quarter. as more in the
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story, a pandemic spiraling out of control historic military defeat and a border crisis to boot. americans are starting to think things weren't as bad as they thought under former president, donald trump, the mounting issues on all fronts of lead to the surprise conclusion that trump is now seen as being as good a president as biden suggesting the honeymoon is being replaced with buyer's remorse. first on the list, afghanistan, the washington shameful defeat, that concluded its 20 year long war was the last straw. for many americans, the disastrous withdrawal of us troops and surrendering of millions of dollars of military tax to the taliban. had republicans and democrats alike demanding the biden administration. be held accountable in the
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the afghan a stand might feel like a world away from america, but there is no shortage of problems at home under biden's administration. earlier this month, biden announced a number of vaccine testing and mask mandates, which is proving to be the latest american political spac connected to the pandemic effecting around 2 thirds of the u. s. workforce. it wasn't long before the cries that biden is violating people's freedom of choice, were heard. 24 republican state attorney generals,
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or even threatening lawsuits really disruption divides the country. it increases the division in terms of vaccination when we should all be together along the campaign trail biden promise to make the country southern border a more humane place. instead, thousands of migrants are living in heretic condition. like under the del rio international bridge, the immigration crisis is getting worse as thousands more asylum seekers come knocking at the us his door. and to top it all off. biden's approach hasn't changed much from that of the trump administrations. kids are still being put in cages and despite biden's many promises to would be green card holders, many migrants are being deported back home without getting their chance at asylum. ah
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. ready with a track record like biden's and not even a whole year in office. it's no wonder over half of america thinks the country is on the wrong track. phone call the and i still over the next few minutes, days to go before germany had the power we start, our special coverage is anglo merkel steps down. its chances are that the come just off the bright. ah, you are not about restricting, but that's actually a really good thing because the great thing about it being available to everybody thinking more like a public news via this is our work advantage and anybody in the world can view for
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hello again. now the german had actions just days away. the country is gearing up to answer the big question. who will reprice chancellor anglo merkel. she leaves office after 16 years in power the what on thursday candidates did whole their final debate, but at a rally, shortly before that event, merkle was actually dude for backing one of the candidates, almon rochette as her successor. meanwhile, germans have germans have found some pretty creative ways to stay good bye to the chancellor with a tool you make a here even producing 500 special edition teddy bears in her image. it features merkel is trademark bob there and her signature, diamond shape and gesture. and then in the capital berlin to people gather to pay a colorful portraits of the going leader will merkel korea has been full of ups and
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downs. she's tackled a raft of major problems from the pandemic to being spied on by her u. s. allies. peter oliver looks back at the merc lira. after almost 16 years in charge, the time has come for angle merkel to step down as german chancellor. drawing the curtain on a political korea of over 3 decades, coming to office in 2005. she's the 3rd longest serving german chancellor of old time, only her mentor helmet. cole held the position longer in postwar, germany angler. myrtle has achieved something that most politicians haven't at their time of leaving office. she has remained popular with a large chunk of the voters. no small achievement. when you look at the challenges she's had to face me, germany weathered the financial storm that began with the collapse of layman
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brothers back in 2008 better than most countries. a 480000000000 euro bailout for the banks and managing to keep on employment figures from spiking to high saw the local reelected in 2009 then came the collapse of grease and the fee is it could never pay any of it to lawful debts that pushed the single currency close to the brink and a tidal wave of criticism crushing down on merkel and her government. me do 2013. so whistleblower. edward snowden reveal that the united states had kept detailed tubs on senior german officials, including chancellor merkel, her phone being tapped by washington. protests on the streets of germany were followed up with more diplomatic comment from the chancellor. have always made it clear to the u. s. president, spying among friends is not acceptable to me. one of the
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biggest moments of angle americans tenure came in 2015 with the refugee crisis. her statement via shuffle. so we can do it. she did a policy which saw hundreds of thousands of refuge fleeing the conflict and syria coming here to germany. something which saw anglo merkel revealed by some reviled by others. each daughter guns, i simply say that germany is a strong country. we have already managed so many things we can do it. and whenever there is something sending you know, way, we'll need to cross that bridge, which is need to work on it is going to invite the indoor. so we have not seen migrant glows in such forms before and what we are seeing right now has no relevance to the present rule. this is merkle. repeat constantly, we will cope with it, but she is not offered a structured solution yet. on the chancellor medical actions in regard to refugees changed the makeup of the german parliament, is opposition to her policies on asylum allowed the anti migrant alternative for
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germany party to win seats in the bottom. the stag, becoming the largest opposition party to her government, and making things difficult to her when addressing the chamber. i me there being no easy route to the finish line for angular merkel. the government's policies on the coven pandemic set off a small but vocal opposition that it was point threatened to storm the bottom to stuck. the me me
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me, me. the retreat from afghanistan provided the chancellor with more problems in her final weeks with accusations of rifts within her cabinets over how best to evacuate people from cobble and then issues over who had been able to get on german planes, that we will continue the evacuation operation for as long as possible in order to help afghans who worked with us for security for freedom, for the rule of law and development to leave the country. we currently have a very pragmatic procedure. we only carry out the security check upon entry to the country. we have now identified 4 cases of people who had already been deported. border now in germany with as she prepared to vacate the chancellor's office just behind me. alarm bells ringing loudly an angle of merkle, christiy, and democratic union party,
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as they slump to record lows in the poles. the chancellor's final address to the bone, the stag, which became a attempt to promote the d. you come to the arm and lush, it, her successor, ended in a barrage of hackles. god isn't, it's not just about foreign policy and nato in europe. my thought is, what if i have been with this gym and buddha says for with he is here is of the democracy. and this is exactly what will be discussed me. despite the obvious challenges, the merkel years will go down as a time of relative stability for most germans. her policies have made it easier for families to balance. children with korea's employment figures have remained steady while the economy is enviable in the you. internationally, germany has taken a far more prominent role under miracles leadership than it is had in modern times
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. one of the big concerns right now though, is that with no clear successor to angle america in terms of policy or certainly international clout, what will become of those years of stability that was seen under her rein fees, role of her r, t, berlin. what we took to the streets of germany to get people's views on merkel and her policies. it's been a long time. i've experienced 3 chance i call schmidt and merkel. it's strange when you're $54.00 and you've only had 3 chancellor general. i think she did a lot of good things for the country and also made a lot of strange decisions with c. d. you is not my party was but i think she can happily retire. i will miss mrs. mccullough, because i'm not satisfied with the current candidates, i would have preferred her. i think mrs. miracle has done a good job, very charismatic. she's accepted everywhere in the world, not to city you border. you can admire the woman for longer than too long. mrs.
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merkel should have gone 4 years ago now. she has lost her way. she did a lot of good in the 12 years before, but now you can see that she's out of the me. okay, well, here's how the election process will work over the weekend. voters do not directly choose a chance slip, but have to vote to decide the next parliament. the 1st ballot is for a candidate in their constituency, and there are $299.00 constituencies across the country. then the 2nd ballot is for a political party and there are $47.00 of those running 4 seats, but only parties big more than 5 percent of the vote nationwide can enter the burned to stack. now one of the front runners for the chance the ship is this man all of shows who is currently the finance minister. he's a member of the social democrats to form part of the really coalition and raising the minimum wage is one of his election pledges. although he has been tainted by the fraud scandal surrounding the financial multinational wire card at something
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that happened on his watch. now we discussed how the election could connect with you and tony hoffer. he's an ortho journalist and former politician for merkel christian democrat party. the violence when he tried to get it con, go on like this. we have total stagnation in german politics. we can't get any problem solved anymore. we have a failed cobra policy. no solution. when the flood happened, problems everywhere, the country is stagnant, frozen, and the big parties are also stagnant. there's no more progress. that is the cool problem that don't do anything any more. i was in the business talk myself for 18 years. it's completely wrong. we no longer want the professional politicians who go into the bundle thug, and then stay there for 50 years and whose only goal is to be re elected. they get elected what the chancellor or president, the same was in america or france. they date, they are elected,
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they only think about reelection, not about the fate of the country. we want people who put the good of the country above their own interests. of course that is not easy to achieve, but there is a way, don't allow more than 2 terms. then you get a completely different type of person who doesn't run off of the mainstream. as i am bumped into and we have to leave the to the next generation so that it is still beautiful. but the methods are different. the green c climate policy as a religion. there's a belief there and that's what you do once you've decided. but if it is decided there will be electric cars, then they will only be electric cars. that is wrong. you have to approach a big problem with an open mind. new things will be invented. it's a mistake to focus on the electric car because 90 percent of the world's population cannot afford an electric car for countries don't have that. we need
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a solution for these countries. who best been known for they take now nothing is happening. nothing more is coming. they no longer have any solutions when a problem dissolved, place family looking at each other and don't know what to do. i've talked to leaders for years, politicians in the federal government telling them that these was all wrong, and that they are misinformed. people are not better off and i've got to stand still as badly off as they were 20 years ago under marco, you were in danger of being kicked out of the christian democratic union party because you were against was mrs. mark, like others, has gone for far too long. nothing has happened in the last 8 years. from mrs. marco's point of view, there is nothing more to be achieved. she was never a real cd you leader. and we will continue our special coverage of the german elections throughout the weekend in the meantime. that brings you up tonight just coming up to 1230 here. moscow. back again. the top of
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the the news this is been by someone visit show you can't afford to miss. i'm rachel bobbins in washington. coming up to us government is quickly approaching in some debt, ceiling, threatening, and default that could have global implications. we'll take a look at what the stake and what it could mean for the markets around the world. plus the chinese government is reportedly telling ever grand to carry on. but what will happen now, as one of the companies talk backers, enough is sold more than 100000000 shares of ever grand stock. then the federal reserve is hinting it plan to create its own digital currency. but is it worried about keeping up with other countries like china and russia, and when we find out what the us central bank is up to we have a lot to get to.


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